2am Dessert Bar, tucked away in Holland Village, is the perfect setting for an intimate late-night dessert. Creatively styled concoctions like the Amedei Chilli Chocolate and the English Sticky Toffee Pudding are two of the more appreciated items on the menu.
Hidden in the backstreets of Clarke Quay is 28 HongKong Street, Singapore’s first secret bar. Apart from the number 28 above the doorway, there is no signage marking the bar so you’ll need to keep your eyes peeled to find it. The alluring semi-lit bar has some of the best cocktails in town.
If you’re looking for some late night relaxation after enjoying the sights of Singapore, then Aramsa - The Garden Spa is the place for you. Aramsa is holistically immersed within the lush greenery of a national park, seamlessly bringing the outside in.
Chomp Chomp, AKA the Serangoon Gardens Food Centre, is an age-old food centre that springs to life in the evenings. Local signature dishes include grilled stingray, barbecued chicken wings, carrot cake, ice kachang, popiah and hokkien mee.
Jungle Beer Brewery, a small homegrown brewhouse, has an open brewery tour and a free-flow deal every second Saturday of the. Beer master Aditya Challa will take you on a tour around the facility and then you can enjoy an all-you-can-drink draft craft beer session. There’s a rotating line-up of flavours such as mango, orange and even coffee.
For those who want to experience an exclusive viewpoint of Singapore’s Marina Bay and a little bit of history, you should visit LeVeL33. This restaurant and lounge bar is located on the top floor of the Marina Bay Financial Centre and is officially the world’s highest urban craft-brewers.
During the day, Gardens by the Bay is an awe-inspiring sight, spanning 101 hectares and housing over 250,000 rare plants. However, many don’t realise that after sunset is when the Gardens really come alive. Make sure that you don’t miss the dazzling OCBC Garden Rhapsody show.
Coffee lovers who want a late night caffeine fix, should pay a visit to one of Singapore’s 24 hour coffee houses, O’Coffee Club at Wheelock Place. They source their coffee beans independently through plantation owners and roast their own beans to control the quality and freshness of the coffee
If you’re after an original nightlife experience with an undisturbed view of the city skyline, then Orgo’s the place to go. Short for “Organic Chemistry”, this rooftop bar was designed without walls so it utilises glass structures to accentuate its modern, city feel.
After a night out, OverEasy at One Fullerton is the perfect place for those who have a hankering for comfort food. Offering an all-day American style breakfast menu until 2am on Friday and Saturday, it is a hotspot amongst locals in Singapore.
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